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521 questions about working at U.S. Army
It honestly varies by job and what your unit is doing. If deployed or in the field, the hours can be long. If not a standard day (assuming your leadership is not poor) is 9-5 M-F with the obligatory 0630-0730 PT and a 1 1/2 lunch from 1130-1300. Most units have a day designated as "family day" in which you are usually off by 1500.
Answered February 25, 2016
Age and citizenship
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December 27, 2018
Every year and with promotion
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December 27, 2018
Long but detailed.
Answered June 17, 2016
Dental, Life insurance, housing allowance, medical for you and your family.
Answered August 9, 2016
I'd be president so I'd order all troops back home and start cleaning up this mess of a country.
Answered October 24, 2016
Imagine working until 7 at night, getting home at 8 and having to be back up at 5 every morning to workout. Time spent away from family, having to leave your family back home months at a time for some pointless training, having to leave your family for months due to deployment, I can go all day. In the end it’s just not worth it !
Answered November 16, 2016
High speed, fast paced
Answered November 15, 2016
Good place to work.
Answered September 26, 2016
Between 8 and 13 hours a day
Answered December 23, 2016
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